Translated with Google Translate. Original text show .
Situation in Amsterdam, the Botermarkt (Rembrandtplein), with a fictional domed church, as designed by Nicolaas Listingh (1630-1705), best known for being Rembrandt's notary. In addition to his work as a lawyer, he dabbled in architecture. The notable opted for the big work.
It is now hard to imagine that one of the busiest entertainment areas in the city could have housed a huge prayer house. (Unfortunately) the project did not get any further than a series of beautiful copper engravings and a meter-high model.
NB NO SHIPPING ABROAD (BELGIUM) / NO FOREIGN SHIPMENT
Plate edge approx. 52x70 cm.
Behind glass in a beautiful wooden frame (wear damage).
The 3rd photo shows Listingh with the drawing of the dome church and the 2nd photo shows the existing model in the Oude Kerk.
NB Glass breakage is at the buyer's risk during shipping.